So there's this free app that turns anything anyone says or sings into an awesome hip-hop, country or club auto-tuned song. We put it to the test in World Civ by creating our own hits based on...what else? People and events from 1300 to 1600! We are eagerly awaiting record labels to call with our contracts.
You've probably got iTunes, which will play the files. If you don't, you can download it here FOR FREE or download VLC Media Player (which is a FREE, very small and very awesome audio and video player) here.
Below you will find many students' first attempts at web design! Their goal was to inform the general public about the five major world religions. All work is linked by permission of each site's designer.
Each World History student for the 2008-2009 school year completed a culminating project that addressed the daunting prompt of explaining the history of mankind in a single work. Many of the electronically submitted projects are linked below.
Below you will find some exceptional student web-work created here at Pikeville High School. Our latest project in 10th grade World History concerned great figures of the Renaissance. Students were instructed to create original websites dedicated to their biographies, legacies and the impact they had on their contemporary times. They are categorized by type and by class.
1st Period - Architects Brunelleschi by Tabor, Shea, Brennan and Colby Alberti by Carolyn, Charles and Barbara Palladio by Wes, Justin and Randa
6th Period - Popes Nicholas V by Jessica, Samy and Jack Pius II by Noah, Stephanie and Zach Alexander VI by Taylor R, Sarah, Sam and Paula Julius II by Kathleen, Taylor M and Kelsy Leo X by Tyler, Christian and Layne
7th Period - Philosophers Cicero by Edbonee, Jarrod and Storm Ficino by Charle, Katherine and Clark Luther by Dru, Kaitlyn, Dezzarae and Austin Rabelais by Nathan, Marcus and Hannah Moore by David, Austin, Beth and Jennifer